If you're looking for a shoe that will be comfy for long rides and last for thousands of miles, the Pro Road is a sound investment. Also available in black. www.mavic.com
Comfortable - well padded
Comfortable thanks to a thoughtful mix of well-padded heel cup and high-quality footbed, the Pro Road is a good choice for those with medium to narrow feet.
The ErgoStrap system and two-position ratchet provide a very secure fit - even pushing hard out of the saddle on climbs and recreating big-gear sprints on the turbo failed to induce any slippage.
The solid full-carbon sole delivers good power transfer with high levels of stiffness, the only trade-off being no venting underfoot. That said, the generous fabric venting on top should keep summer feet cool enough.
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